2. Mostly all kinds of music as long as its good. We especially enjoy playing the songs we write ourselves. If you had to pin us down to a genre definition, we'd probably have to say 'Psycho-funkabilly' or 'Jam Jazz-Hop' or something equally silly. In the final analysis its only rock and roll and we like it.
3. Our studio is located in a place known as 'Spenardagain', halfway between Spenard and Turnagain. For what should soon become readily apparent reasons, we claim to hail from Spenard, Alaska. Readily Apparent Reason #1: Turnagain was the part of Anchorage that looked like a crumpled sheetcake as it slid into the waters of Cook Inlet during the 1964 earthquake... you know, that 9.2 richter scale tremor of Good Friday back in 1964 one... the one where parts of southcentral Alaska dropped up to 10 or more feet in a matter of seconds and then in some cases wobbled for a little while longer before finally staying put. That wasn't us. We didn't do that... I mean -- Sport N' Woodies wasn't even a band back in 1964. Sure, we're pretty loud, but not 9.2 richter scale loud. Big bottom end? You betcha... just not HUGE catastrophe causing bottom end.
4. What the hell are you talkin' 'bout Willis? Get some what? If its music you mean then we have a tape (the old analog kind) that you can sometimes still find around and we continue to tour the state playing our own special brand of rock and roll. We are presently working on a new compilation of live tracks from our summer '98 tour. Soon we'll be placing some .mp3 files of our music online so that maybe you can help us figure out the phenomena that causes some people to drink beer and gyrate madly to the beat when we play. However the phrase -- 'Best Experienced Live' comes to mind. See question and answer #5.
5. Depends where we're at. When we're at bars, lots of mildly to heavily drunk people listen to our music. When we play at a ski resort, lots of mildly to heavily drunk skiers and snowboarders listen. When we play festivals (always our favorite) people of all ages, from all over this planet, of all colors and beliefs listen. Sometimes they're mildly or heavily drunk, or otherwise incapacitated in one way or another -- you never know... we've never really asked each and every one of them individually. We can only attest to the condition of a few close and still somewhat intelligible friends that turn up at most gigs. They say they listened and we saw 'em dancing. We have no reason to believe they were lying. That's our story and we're sticking with it... but no matter who it is that's doing all this drink - listen - dance - listen - drink - dance - drink - drink - listen - dance - dance stuff, they all seem to be wearing big grins. And having fun. And talking to other people presently enjoying much the same situation and experience.
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